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SUNDAY UPDATES: Missouri reports more than 4,000 new COVID-19 cases

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)

UPDATE 7:00 P.M.: The Saline County Health Department reported 39 new COVID-19 cases Sunday.

There have been 1,632 cases of the virus in the county.

There were 211 active cases on Sunday.

UPDATE 4:15 P.M.: The Chariton County Health Center reported three new COVID-19 cases Sunday.

There have been 400 cases of the virus in the county.

There were 109 active cases on Sunday.

ORIGINAL: The Department of Health and Senior Services reported 4,215 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday.

There have been 271,527 COVID-19 cases in Missouri since the beginning of the pandemic.

The department also reported four new deaths related to the virus. There have been 3,559 deaths related to the virus.

At least 2,923,429 people in the state have been tested for the virus.

Missouri ranks 11th in the nation for new cases with 24,570 new cases in the past seven days.

The state ranks 15th for new deaths with 72 reported in the past seven days.

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Sydney Olsen

Sydney Olsen reports in the evenings during the week and on the weekend.

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  1. And the infection/fatality rate remains about 0.013%, just like ordinary influenza. The Medical Industrial Complex is determined to destroy our lives for profit, and far too many appear to be quite willing to go along with it.

    1. Dear Alice,

      This is the ninth time I have had to correct your math–it continues to be off by a factor of 100.

      Percentages are figured by dividing the part by the whole and then multiplying by 100. So, for the percentage of people who catch Covid who will die, it would be number of deaths divided by number of positive cases times 100. Using today’s numbers for Missouri:

      (3688/284000) x 100= 1.29%

      The fatality rate from the flu is .1%–13 times lower than Covid.

      3,769 people tested positive for Covid in Missouri yesterday. 1.39%, 48, of them are expected to die.

      Shame on you for continuing to post factually incorrect information. The numbers are the numbers, the math is the math–you can choose what you do in reaction to those numbers or the math, but, you can’t change the math.

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